List of algal fuel producers

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The page is a list of algal fuel producers.

Asia[edit]

Iran[edit]

  • Iran started investigating on producing algae from 2000. Scientific evidences shows that the south Iran is the richest area in the world for cultivating algae, because of high humidity, sunny weather, large unused area and with salty water.[1] The first version of algae based biofuel will become available for industrial purpose at 2015.[2]
  • Biofuel Research Team (BRTeam); a multi national research team focused on various aspects of biofuel research initiated extensive research on algal genetic engineering for enhanced biodiesel production in the year 2010. They are hopeful to achieve their first genetically-engineered microalgae with enhanced lipid production features in 2015.[3]

Israel[edit]

  • In June 2008, Tel Aviv-based Seambiotic and Seattle-based Inventure Chemical announced a joint venture to use CO2 emissions-fed algae to make ethanol and biodiesel at a biofuel plant in Ashkelon, Israel.[4]

Europe[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

France[edit]

  • Alpha Biotech.[6]

Italy[edit]

  • Teregroup in Modena mit einer Kapazität von 3 Mio. Liter, wobei 7g Algen pro Liter erwirtschaftet werden können. Endprodukte sind neben Biodiesel auch Futtermittel und Dünger. [7]

Portugal[edit]

  • AlgaFuel, S.A.

Spain[edit]

The Netherlands[edit]

  • AlgaeLink N.V.; an international producer of algae, algae-based products and algae growing systems.
  • Ingrepro B.V.; producing algae in integrated systems using waste waters.
  • LGem B.V.; producing algae for food supplements.
  • Tomalgae (Belgium/Netherlands); producing high value algae concentrate for use as nutritional in early stage larval shrimp and fish hatcheries

The United Kingdom[edit]

  • Varicon Aqua Solutions Ltd; an international supplier of both fresh and aquatic algae. Including the supply of aquaculture-based products and algae cultivation systems.

America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Canada[edit]

Mexico[edit]

  • Recursos Renovables Alternativos[13]

USA[edit]

There are diverse companies developing biofuels from algae:

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

  • Bio Fuels Pty Ltd (A Victor Smorgon Group company) is developing algae biofuels technology in Victoria. The oil from the algae will go into the BioMax biodiesel produced by Smorgon Fuels.
  • Algae.Tec is an advanced biofuels company focused on commercializing technology that produces algae to manufacture sustainable fuels such as bio diesel and green jet fuel.

New Zealand[edit]

See also[edit]

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